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Lynne A Johnson

Gingham red and white is perfect for a cheery house dress. The buttons and contrast stitching elevates the look.I definitely think you have a winner! The bodice doesn't look sloppy large, but roomy. You may need that extra room! All in all you look adorbs! Congratulations on the little one to come too!


Congratulations on your pregnancy! I too am expecting, my third baby, due in June. May you please share some of the maternity patterns you use? Such as the pattern numbers? I love the vintage dresses and have made a couple for myself, after finding your amazing blog, but have a hard time getting them to fit right. Your dresses always look perfect!


I like this dress so much I just bought the pattern for myself! Who knows if I can get it to fit, but you have inspired me, Kristen. It's a sweet, practical dress and you look darling in it. Perhaps I can make a version of my own.

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